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The intersection of creativity and climate.
As we brace ourselves for another summer of maddening heat. There’s plenty to talk about. AI is the zeitgeist of discussion and jobs in climate are still on the rise, yet as I write this, New York is currently shrouded in smoke due to Canadian forest fires and it’s only June.
This is issue 7 of Foundfuture. Five more examples for what creativity can do in the climate crisis.
Enjoy and thanks for reading,
1 - Holi
A brand new project I‘m super pround to have been involved in for most of last year is launching soon. Holi is a brand new digital platform for social and sustainable apps and a space where ideas meet action. You can read more about Holi and their mission on their website. See a case study on my site or can read in depth about the brand identity by Justified here.
The sponsorship deal of 27 years is over, marking the almost complete retreat of the fossil fuel giant from the British arts world.
Packaging made from seaweed, lamps made from mycelium, clothing that photosynthesises…the integration of living organisms into design is here.
Yep. A married couple in Canada created a robot. A cleantech solution to collecting ocean data. Watch this video to see it in action.
From Milan Design Week, the Lexus Design Award winners suggest we can have nice things, without ruining the planet. I particularly love the jacket which turns into a tent which collects rain water.